Monday, May 21, 2007

Virginia Foreclosure Rescue Operator Targeted In Lawsuits

The Virginian-Pilot today reports that "At least three lawsuits have been filed against mortgage company D and D Home Loans and others by people who say the broker tried to trick them out of their homes."

Virginia attorney Tanya Bullock has filed the actions on behalf of all three plaintiffs, and claims in court papers that the company's actions "expose a classic foreclosure rescue scam."

One victim reportedly said that references to Scriptures and Christian values by D and D President Warren Mike Robinson inspired trust. Said the victim, "I'm African American. They're African American and look successful. I felt as if I was in the hands of my people."

For more, see Three plaintiffs say firm tried to dupe them out of homes.